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Webinar on How Sanger vs Next-Generation Sequencing for Drug Resistance Mutations Detection Affects HIV Treatment Choice

Join us in the presentation of how NGS can give you more information on drug resistance information that will affect HIV treatment choice. We will discuss the advantages of NGS DRM identification over Sanger methods. Also, take this chance to learn more about the recent FDA-authorized Sentosa SQ HIV-1 Genotyping Assay, and how it can be easily implemented in your lab.

Speaker: 

Ravindra Kolhe M.D, Ph.D.
Director, Georgia Esoteric & Molecular Laboratory, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University

Currently, Dr. Kolhe is a Vice Chairman in the Department of pathology at the Augusta University, Augusta GA, and divides his time between directing Molecular Pathology, Cytogenetics, Breast Pathology, teaching and research. He is the CLIA laboratory director for the Georgia Esoteric & Molecular Labs and also serves as the Medical Director for the Cytogenetics Laboratory.

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